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Thread: Roof work

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    Default Roof work

    Can someone tell me the protocol for working on the roof?

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    Short answer is no! However, I would like to know more as well. We have a small crack on the passenger side just aft of the entry door. Winter Garden cleaned and sealed it in February after the West Palm show but at some point soon, we need to get a permanent fix.


    Mark and Debbie Fratto
    1998 Parliament

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    BTW, when you say roof work, what specifically are you looking to do?


    Mark and Debbie Fratto
    1998 Parliament

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    My answer is safety first, be careful and if you don't feel comfortable don't go up. It's all about your ability to be up there working comfortability. I don't know of any official protocol.
    Jerry & Pam
    1993 Marathon XL40

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    Well I Guess my question should be is it ok to wak
    lk around on the roof is it strong ? Is it for only one man or a 2 man roof ? My past bus had dip and plate roof!

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    Your Prevost has an all metal roof so it should be strong enough I tend to walk on the riveted seams which are more stronger. But you should be fine, I've been on my roof with my adult son and didn't have any problems. But we didn't work beside each other he was on one end and I on the other work towards the center.
    Jerry & Pam
    1993 Marathon XL40

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    Yeah, I am sure that the roof will hold you but I always walk on the rivets as well. Party piece of mind and I dont want to be the one that put a dent in it LOL


    Mark and Debbie Fratto
    1998 Parliament

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